Considerations When Adding A Teen To Your Auto Insurance Policy

Your teen is excited because he or she finally passed their driving test or applied for their learner's permit. But now the moment has come when you will need to add your teen to your current auto insurance policy. While you are likely happy your teen is moving towards achieving a major life milestone, you might be less excited about the upcoming increase of your auto insurance bill. Teens are notorious for causing insurance policy premiums to rise, as insurance companies often see them as high-risk. Read More 

Reasons Insurance Is Vital to Have

If you are looking for a way to reduce your expenses to help you have more cash in your budget, you might turn to your insurance bills. Turning to insurance to save money is a common choice, yet it is not always the best way to reduce your monthly expenses. Insurance is a vital part of life. While you might save money by making some changes to your plans, keeping your insurance is essential. Read More 

Make Sure Your Home Insurance Will Cover A Holiday-Related Incident

If you carry home insurance on your house, when's the last time you read up on the fine print? If it's been a while, it might be a good idea to take a look at your policy in advance of the holiday season. The holidays are a fun time of year, but they are also a time when unexpected things can occur. Here are some of the potential situations that may arise and why you might want to contact your home insurance provider before anything actually does happen. Read More 

3 Types Of Home Security That Get Insurance Discounts

While shopping around does help save money on homeowners insurance, there are other ways to reduce these costs even more. For example, if your home has security and protection features, your insurance provider could offer you additional discounts. They know that enhanced security reduces the chances you'll have to make a claim. What kinds of security will get you a discount? 1. Protection Against Theft The more secure your home is, the harder it is to burgle. Read More 

Reasons Why Continuing Education Is Important for Insurance Brokers

As an insurance broker, you had to go through intense training and pass an exam in order to obtain your license. All of that hard work surely paid off, but that doesn't mean that you're done learning about the insurance industry. Most insurance brokers complete a number of continuing education (CE) hours each year. In some cases, it is required, while in other cases a broker may voluntarily complete the classes. Read More